If you are looking for inspiration for Christmas gifts we have put together a list of our top gifts for her, all available from our online store with FREE delivery over £7.99


1. Graceland

GraceLaced is about more than pretty florals and fanciful brushwork–it’s about flourishing. With carefully crafted intention, this beautiful volume of 32 seasonal devotions from artist and author Ruth Chou Simons encourages readers in any circumstance to become deeply rooted in God’s faithful promises.

2. My Time With God

Everyday life can be demanding; it’s easy to become distracted by so many things that seem important. But in order to achieve the life God has planned for you, you have to make time for what’s most important – and the building block of a fulfilling life – your relationship with Him. In My Time with God, Joyce Meyer, #1 New York Times bestselling author, offers a practical way to spend time with God. Joyce shares powerful Scripture and personal illustrations that will help you experience the joy and peace that is gained through spending time with Him. You’ll begin to navigate life more effectively, make better decisions, and claim the wonderful life you were meant to lead, day by day.

3. I Married A Soldier

Brenda Hale had been married for 22 years when her husband, Mark, was killed in Afghanistan. He was the longest serving soldier to be killed in action. Describing the shock, grief and huge financial problems Brenda faced immediately after Mark’s sudden death, I married a Soldier, shows her determination to fight for the rights of her two daughters and to take on the Ministry of Defence. She reveals the suffering of a bereaved forces family and looks at how she found a way through an event that threatened to crush her, by drawing on her faith and on a personal strength she didn’t know she had.



4. You Carried Me: A daughter’s memoir

Melissa Ohden is fourteen when she learns that she is the survivor of a botched abortion. This discovery sends her life spiraling downward. In this intimate memoir, Melissa details her search for her biological parents and her own journey from anger and shame to faith and forgiveness. It takes a decade-long search for Melissa to locate her birth father. When she writes to extend forgiveness to him, she learns that he has died without answering her burning questions.

5. NIV Pocket Pink Soft-tone Bible with Zip

A gorgeous pocket-sized Bible in a fantastically popular pink binding, a perfect gift for those who like to take their Bible everywhere.

6. Home: the quest to belong

Jo Swinney’s exploration of the idea of home is a heartfelt blend of personal memoir and deep pondering on this important question that will help us all in the quest to find somewhere we belong.

7. The Second Bride

Ellen Tyson is living the perfect village life in Goswell. But when her stepdaughter moves in, her fragile idyll is fractured. At seventeen, Annabelle is surly, withdrawn, and adamant that she isn’t, and never will be, part of her father’s second family. As Ellen battles with Annabelle, new tensions arise with her husband Alex, shattering the happiness she’d once so carelessly enjoyed. Then Ellen finds a death certificate from the 1870s hidden under the floorboards, and its few stark lines awaken a curiosity in her. Ellen tries to involve Annabelle in her search for answers. But as they dig deeper into the circumstances of Sarah Mills’ untimely death, truths both poignant and shocking come to light – about the present as well as the past. Interlacing the lives of Ellen Tyson and Sarah Mills, The Second Bride is a captivating and moving story about what it means to be a family, and the lengths we will go to for the people we love.

8. The Cover Story

A fatal crash involving two college students heading home for the holidays seems like an unfortunate accident. But when the surviving girl wakens, she tells a curious story of the vehicle that forced them off the road – an old-fashioned, 1950s-style hearse. Reporter Branigan Powers delves into the mystery that takes her to the college campus, and leads her into dangerous fraternity and sorority pledge parties. Reunited with the homeless Malachi Martin, who is so adept at seeing what isn’t there, rather than what is, Branigan must uncover what is really going on at the college, before other students are put in danger.